WWE’s Velveteen Dream investigations were ultimately discussed by the company, with Triple H saying they looked into them. As has been reported, people behind the scenes were unhappy that Dream was brought back to NXT amid allegations of sexual misconduct with underage boys, as well as other instances of perceived preferential treatment at Dream. The Game told CBS Sports the company investigated and found nothing.“You know, today charges are being laid and you take them all very seriously,” he said. “You examine them the best you can, and you find out what is there and what is not. In this situation, [Clark] was also involved in a car accident. That’s what kept him away from television. Right now all these other things are happening and you lean into it and find that there is a situation that people are bringing to everyone’s attention, you look at it and find that is what it is. it is and that there is nothing there. Whatever we’ve done, we’re comfortable with him continuing to do what he’s doing and everything in between. But he was in a car accident. It stems from the fact that people thought we took it off TV for different reasons. We did not do it. He’s been in a car accident.
He continued, “Once he was medically cleared to return to the ring after his car accident, we kept moving forward as we did. We looked at what was there and found nothing.
Dream is set to face Finn Balor on this week’s NXT for a spot in the North American Championship game at NXT Takeover XXX.